The town is quite famous historically especially with a few of its historical sites for visits. Among these includes the Church of the Holy Trinity which was built in 1472. Therein is a plaque marking Tom Thumb’s grave. There’s a buttercross built in the 15th century, the Tattershall Castle built in 1434, the Collegiate College which is now ruined, and Tom Thumb’s house and grave.
Also, the community has a few public houses such as the Black Horse and the Fortescue Arms from the 15th century. There is also a school which also caters to the students from Coningsby and Woodhall Spa, which is know as the Gartree Community School.
For tourists, the most famous site in the area is the Tattershall Lakes, which is the best holiday park in Lincolnshire with its variety of but complete facilities.